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ADP presidential candidate tasks INEC credible poll

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ADP presidential candidate tasks INEC credible poll
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By Abiemwense Moru
Abuja, Feb. 20, 2019 Mr Yabagi Sani, the Action Democratic Party (ADP) presidential candidate, has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to ensure that the forthcoming poll is free and fair and credible.
Sani made the call on Wednesday in Abuja while briefing newsmen.
INEC should deliver to Nigerians credible, free and fair election on Feb. 23, 2019, which is the date it promised to deliver on its mandate.
“We believe that INEC in terms of preparedness, in terms of resources is capable of delivering on its mandate as given by the constitution.
“That is conducting free and fair election,” he said.
He, therefore, called on Nigerians to prepare and elect a government that would take the nation to the right direction.
“We want to call on Nigerians to begin to reassess and come to the reality that there is an urgent need for shift of government of the country.
“That cannot be achieved unless we have new faces, those that have the capability, the experience and the strength to lead this country in the right direction.
“ADP, which am the flag bearer as presidential candidate is a party that came as a result of the necessity to rescue this country from these people in terms of political, economic and social engagement with other countries.
“We came on-board because of what is happening today, the size of failure in the system and we cannot afford to allow a country like this to fail,’’ he said.
Sani added: “That is why we are calling on Nigerians to vote for ADP, vote for Mr Yabagi Sani as your next president and I believe that this country will experience peace, unity and economic progress.”
The presidential candidate also urged Nigerians to remain steadfast and join in the march towards making the country a better nation.
“We want to call on Nigerians to remain steadfast, to bear with us in the march towards the betterment of this country.
“We want to also call on the government of the day to understand that this country is bigger than all of us and this country is a nation with the promise of greatness.
“We cannot allow an exercise that determines the future of this country to be jeopardised in the manner that we have observed since when the election was postponed.
`We want to align ourselves with the compatriots who have sound words of warning that Nigeria cannot afford to fail.
“Nigeria is looked up to for leadership not only by other African nations but all over the world,” he said.
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Edited by Edwin Nwachukwu

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